Kris Sharma from Canonical tells us about open-source at the Tech Show London

Canonical
Last week tbtech went to the “Cloud & Cybersecurity Expo”, part of the Tech Show London organized by CloserStill. Find out what we learned from the experts and businesses who took part, including Kris Sharma, FS Sector Lead at Canonical below.

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Canonical is the publisher of Ubuntu, the OS for most public cloud workloads as well as the emerging categories of smart gateways, self-driving cars, and advanced robots.

Canonical provides enterprise security, support, and services to commercial users of Ubuntu. Established in 2004, it powers the majority of workloads in the global hyperscalers, in addition to over 10,000 cloud-forward enterprises globally.

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